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In the news section, our experts take center stage in shaping discussions on technology and policy. Discover articles featuring insights from our experts or citing our research. CSET’s insights and research are pivotal in shaping key conversations within the evolving landscape of emerging technology and policy.

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Deepfakes, Elections, and Shrinking the Liar’s Dividend

Brennan Center for Justice
| January 23, 2024

In an article published by the Brennan Center for Justice, Josh A. Goldstein and Andrew Lohn delve into the concerns about the spread of misleading deepfakes and the liar's dividend.

In a WIRED article discussing issues with Microsoft's AI chatbot providing misinformation, conspiracies, and outdated information in response to political queries, CSET's Josh A. Goldstein provided his expert insights.

In a KCBS Radio segment that explores the rapid rise of AI and its potential impact on the 2024 election, CSET's Josh Goldstein provides his expert insights.

In a BBC article that discusses the urgent need to integrate cybersecurity measures into artificial intelligence systems, CSET's Andrew Lohn provided his expert analysis.

In a Forbes article discussing the challenges posed by AI-generated content in the context of political campaigns and the upcoming presidential election, CSET's Josh A. Goldstein provided his expert take.

China Isn’t Losing Sleep Over ChatGPT

The Diplomat
| July 3, 2023

CSET’s Micah Musser shared his insights in an op-ed published in The Diplomat. He discusses the misconception that there is an AI race between the United States and China, specifically focusing on the field of language modeling.

In an article published by NPR that discusses the accessibility and potential impact of generative artificial intelligence applications on political campaigns and public opinion, CSET's Micah Musser provided his expert insights.

CSET's Andrew Lohn and Joshua A. Goldstein share their insights on the difficulties of identifying AI-generated text in disinformation campaigns in their op-ed in Lawfare.

CSET's Jenny Jun was featured in the Atlantic Council's The 5x5, a series that showcases five experts answering five questions on a common theme, trend, or current event in the world of cyber.

In an op-ed published in The Diplomat, Micah Musser discusses the concerns raised by policymakers in Washington about the disruptive potential of artificial intelligence technologies.